Chisholm, Anne. Nancy Cunard. Knopf.
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Nancy Cunard|
|Friends, Associates||Nancy Cunard||
NC established important relationships in Paris: with Dadaist Tristan Tzara , Louis Aragon , American writers Janet Flanner and Solita Solano , and photographer Man Ray .
During the second world war she became...
Clements, Patricia. “’Transmuting’ Nancy Cunard”. Dalhousie Review, Vol.
66, pp. 188-14.
|Material Conditions of Writing||Mary Wesley||
Early in the second world war she wrote a short, satiric novel about people hurrying out of London for fear of expected air-raids; this manuscript was lost. Also during the war she wrote short stories...
Her purpose in founding the press was to publish mainly contemporary poetry of an experimental kind. Virginia Woolf warned her that Your hands will always be covered with ink,
but the Hours Press became...
Ford, Hugh, editor. Nancy Cunard: Brave Poet, Indomitable Rebel 1896-1965. Chilton Book Company.
In Authors Take Sides on the Spanish Civil War, Louis Aragon notes that Jameson signed statements supporting Spain's Republican government in 1936 and 1937. Jameson's possible connections to Aragon and the Republican movement are...
RL , like many of her friends and contemporaries, worked actively in the anti-fascist movement out of vehement principle. On the strength of both her politics and his admiration for her writing, Louis Aragon tried...
|Textual Features||Mary Stewart|
|Theme or Topic Treated in Text||Julia Kristeva||
The first of these books addresses Freud 's concept of revolt against the fathers as the basis of individual maturation and independence, and seeks by looking at the lives of three distinguished modern social rebels...
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